Friday, May 25, 2007

Boulder Transit Village Update

by Osman Parvez
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Beginning today, you can download the latest update to the Transit Village Area Plan. Check bouldertransitvillage.net. You can also get hard copies by calling (303) 441-3274.

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note, as of this writing the plan has not been posted yet. Check back. It *is* scheduled to be posted today).

Have questions on Transit Village? This coming Wednesday (May 30th), from 5-7pm the City is hosting an open house on Transit Village at the West Senior Center (909 Arapahoe Ave). It's a good opportunity to meet planners.

The public comment period on the latest draft ends June 15th. If you can't make the meeting, send an e-mail to joyceh@bouldercolorado.gov or write a letter to city of Boulder, Planning Department, P.O. Box 791, Boulder CO 80306.

You can also attend the following upcoming public hearings on the draft plan, 6 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 1777 Broadway:

Monday, June 11, Transportation Advisory Board (TAB);
Monday, June 25, Parks and Recreation Board (PRAB); and
Tuesday, July 11, City Council and Planning Board.

For more information about the Transit Village, call Louise Grauer at (303) 441-3134


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  2. I'm always curious what removed posts have said to get themselves removed. Anyway.

    Heard an NPR interview with the guy who's coordinating this. I guess they're making unexpected cutbacks due to the increased price of steel. I'm still confident this will be cool as hell.

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